Shazi Munje

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Thanks Ben and Brian for your helpful posts. Currently we have fibreglass insulation upto the frost line on the foundation walls. It seems there are three layers on the walls:a black vapour barrier, fibreglass insulation and then a clear plastic vapour barrier. I wonder if it would be a good idea to spray on a radonseal on the foundation wall (as we will be using the same for the foundation floor) and then use a natural cotton insulation over the sealed walls. Does sealing the concrete create more problems down the road?

8 years ago
If I should be so blessed as to be able to build a wofati home with and for my family, I'd be in heaven but in the interim period, I seek your help. Can you help me glean reliable knowledge on the best, most healthful way out there to finish a basement. Our basement is made with poured concrete - the foundation and walls. We'd like to create a liveable warm space in our basement for our cold winters. We live in the cold white north where the winter temperatures can drop to as low as minus 35 degree Celsius and our summer temperatures can go upto 38 degrees Celsius (albeit only for one two weeks in the year).

I'd be very grateful for pointers in the right direction to learn more about healthy flooring and insultation options that are beyond sustainable. I don't know where to begin so I've come here - to seek advice from people I trust and admire. I can't get over how special and valuable this site is. Thank you Paul for creating it and thanks too to the good folks who help you keep it up and running

8 years ago
Ryan, I stumbled upon Bryan's youtube site quite by accident and have since been able to view many more of his very informative video's. Its certainly piqued my interest and I'm going to spend many more hours researching this technique to learn more. ( I love science too and feel incredibly excited each day when I am able to learn a little something about the interconnectedness of the world of creation ).

I liked the fact that lacto bacillus can effectively be used to reduce bad/strong odors in chicken coops, pig sty's and such.

8 years ago
Hi folks,

Here is an interesting video on growing lacto bacillus naturally and its uses on a farm. Korean farmers have been doing this for sometime. Bryan McGrath thank you.



8 years ago